What career professionals are considered part of human resources?


What career professionals are considered part of human resources?

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Some among the professionals who are considered part of the human resources career are:

Human resources manager

Administrative assistant

Training and development manager

Recruiter/Human resources specialist

Management analyst

Compensation and benefits manager

The human resources manager who has a bachelor's or master's degree in human resources management, performs the administrative tasks of the establishment by being the bridge between the management and the employees, whereas, the administrative assistant who has a high school diploma or an associate's degree, does the office work including correspondence functions. But the recruiter who has a bachelor's degree, recruits the employees and does all the related processes, while training and development manager who has a master's degree, arranges and oversees the employee training programs. On the other hand, a management analyst, having a bachelor's degree and a CMC(Certified Management Consultant) certification, finds ways to reduce wastage of resources and to increase operational efficiency, whereas, the compensation and benefits manager who has a bachelor's in business, finance, or human resources, looks after the remuneration package of the employees, including the benefits available to them.

As per the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job opportunities of human resources specialists is expected to rise by 5% from the year 2018 to 2028.

For more information about human resources career, check out this article: Human Resources Careers

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